Bailiff Main Exam special Material PDF

Posted by jitendra gosai on Thursday, April 26, 2018

Government took major steps in this Indian Banking Sector Reform after independence. In 1955, it nationalized Imperial Bank of India with extensive banking facilities on a large scale especially in rural and semi-urban areas. The country inherited a banking system that was patterned on the British Banking System. There were many joint stock companies doing banking business and they were concentrating mostly in major cities. Even the financing activities of these banks were confined to the exports of Jute, Tea etc. and traditional industries like textile and sugar. There was no uniform law governing banking activity. An immediate concern after the partition of the country was about bank branches located in Pakistan and steps were taken to close some of them as desire by that country. In 1949, as many as 55 banks either went into liquidation or went out of banking business. Banking did not receive much attention of the policy makers and disjointed efforts were made towards the regulation of the banking industry.


Then the Verna Committee was established this committee recommended the need for greater use of IT even in the weak public sector banks, restructuring of weak banks but not merging them with strong banks, VRS for at least 25% of the staff. The Banking Sector reforms aimed at improving the policy frame work, financial health and institutional infrastructure, there two phase of the banking reforms. Narasimham Committee provided the blue print for the initial reforms in banking sector following the balance of payment crisis in 1991.

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